Friday, 30 June 2017

More Exercises In Futility...

A banned driver who drove to get a hair cut has avoided jail. Liam Page decided to take friends for a trip to have the trim but was ignoring court orders by doing so.
Well, why shouldn't he? There are, after all, no consequences for not obeying them.
Page was on a suspended sentence for offences in Colchester. He had trashed a house after crashing a car into the wall of a house, refused a breath test, had a lock knife and found to be producing cannabis.
Or, as we say in these part, 'Normal for Essex',,,
Lucy Osbourne, mitigating, said: “He knows he has made a mistake.
“You will see he has previous convictions and he is not proud of it.”
Really? You could have fooled me!
Page was sentenced to a 12 month community order with six points on his licence, when he gets it back next year.
Why should he ever get it back?


The Blocked Dwarf said...

I see you your 'normal for essex' and raise you a proper 'Normal For Norfolk':

In what universe can you kick a female officer in the groin, threaten to 'stab her up' (English and how she is spoken in Norfolk?) and not at least get a severely worded telling off , let alone not go to prison for it?

JuliaM said...

Jesus! In most other countries, they'd be face down in the dirt, slowly reaching ambient temperature.